SOCIETY OF RURAL PHYSICIANS OF CANADA (SRPC) RURAL & REMOTE MEDICINE COURSE 2021 TAKE2!
Welcome to the Pacific Northwest Division of Family Practice and our virtual PNW world! We are excited to be attending the 2021 SRPC Rural & Remote Medicine Course Take2! We created this event-specific page to allow you a one-stop glimpse into the many physician opportunities available here in the Pacific Northwest of British Columbia, Canada.
We are really looking forward to showcasing our spectacular Pacific Northwest world and what we have to offer both physicians and their families in our amazing rural communities.
Whether you are a physician seeking a new family practice opportunity, or a locum living the dream, we invite and welcome you to explore the bounty of our area. Come live, work, and play in the beautiful Pacific Northwest of British Columbia. The benefits of this lifestyle are many, ranging from the solitude of a rural setting, to the spectacular views, to the amazing recreational opportunities that abound. Enjoy the challenges and rewards of practicing rural medicine in one of our amazing communities. There is something for everyone, everywhere!
LIVE, WORK, & PLAY IN THE SPECTACULAR PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Discover what each community has to offer you and your family. The Pacific Northwest Division is composed of the communities of Dease Lake, Houston, Kitimat, Masset, Gitlaxt'aamiks, Prince Rupert, Queen Charlotte City, Smithers, Stewart, and Terrace. The area offers diverse practice opportunities with the smallest community having a population of nearly 500 and the largest being around 20,000. The larger communities of Terrace, Prince Rupert and Kitimat have specialists available that serve the rest of the Northwest.
There are some exceptional communities in need of Family Physicians here in the PNW. Click here for a list of permanent Family Practice & Specialist opportunities, also listed on HealthMatchBC.
Interested in a locum in the Pacific Northwest??? Join our network of locum physicians from across Canada to be notified every couple of months about locum opportunities here in the PNW. We promise not to overload your inbox! Click here for a list of current locum opportunities here in the Pacific Northwest Division. You will also find many of our locum requests cross-posted on BC Family Docs Locum Listings.
AT A GLANCE...
At A Glance... provides a view of all the current needs in the Pacific Northwest for permanent family physicians, specialists, and locums for each community.
WHAT'S SO GREAT ABOUT RURAL FAMILY PRACTICE IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST?
There are so many great reasons to live, work, and play in the Pacific Northwest.
We easily came up with an abundant number of reasons to consider rural family medicine here in the PNW. From zero commute, to exploring mystical magical places, to joining the ranks of our Superhero award-winning physicians... we welcome you to explore the opportunities to create the life and practice that you desire.
Dr. Robyn Penney and Dr. Kyle McGivery of Terrace share their thoughts on life and rural family medicine here in the spectacular PNW of British Columbia.
Our Family Physicians and Specialists are happy to share their testimonials and some great reasons why they love to live, work, and play in our amazing Pacific Northwest communities, including canoeing to work!
Testimonial - Various Family Physicians & Specialists, Terrace, BC
Testimonial - Dr. Amor Kloppers, Prince Rupert, BC
Testimonial - Dr. Tracy Morton, Queen Charlotte, BC
We couldn't fit all this WOW! in the WOW! box, so we put together a little bag of swag filled with hidden treasures from around the Pacific Northwest.
A collection of quality items reflective of our amazing rural communities and the people that live in them, including a spectacular Treasure of Our Ancestors Blanket by Haida Artist Donnie Edenshaw! Enter here to win!
We love to engage with physicians, residents, and medical students! Is there a specific question you have for us? Do you need more information? Would you like to speak to a local physician in your community of interest? Would you like to speak to a recruiter for a specific Health Authority (Northern Health or Nisga'a Valley)? Feel free to ask us anything! If we don't have the answer to your question, we will do our best to find it.